Maldives

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Maldives — A collection of coral atoll necklaces covered with emerald palms and set between turquoise lagoons in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is perhaps the ultimate tropical paradise.

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For the world's ultimate overwater bungalows amid secluded, decadent, all-inclusive resorts.

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5 Best Overwater Bungalows in the World

June 15, 2016 by Elissa Garay

Have you dreamed of inserting yourself into one of those classic magazine cover shots of a swoon-worthy overwater bungalow, straddling a turquoise sea? Us too! ... Read More »

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6 Kind of Wacky But Totally Luxurious Overwater Resorts

September 08, 2014 by Tommy Burson

Our roundup of underwater hotels from last spring was such a crowd-pleaser that we'd treat you to round two, with a twist. Here, sixoverwater, floating hotels ... Read More »

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When You Should -- And Shouldn't -- Use Your Miles

September 03, 2014 by Darren Murph

It’s fairly easy to make travel happen — be it a business trip, a jaunt to see a family member, or a bona fide vacation — when you’ve spare cash laying around. ... Read More »

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5 Dream Resorts Where You Can Stay with Points

April 23, 2014 by Darren Murph

Make no mistake, collecting points to use for travel is a hassle. With black out dates and restrictions, actually using them for travel can be an even bigger ... Read More »

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Slideshow: An Otherwordly Beach Paradise at Hadahaa, Maldives

April 02, 2014 by Darren Murph

(See the full slideshow: Hadahaa, Maldives) Traveling to the Maldives from the U.S. is a serious endeavor, no matter how you plan it. The entire trip takes about ... Read More »

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